Decorating With Candy Day
I’m literally jumping up and down like a child! It’s Decorating with Candy Day! Allow your imagination to run wild today. Sprinkle some candy on everything that you eat and drink. Enjoy the sugar rush for as long as you can! Today is a great day to get inspired if you are thinking about updating the room in your child’s bedroom.
You can decorate with candy in the form pictures, collages, or even using candy-decorated fabrics. This is a very flexible topic. Decorating with Candy Day is a fun way to let your imagination run wild.
Candy has been used throughout history for decoration and celebration. You can easily see how candy has been woven into our daily lives by looking at Halloween decorations and Christmas decorations. Candy is not the only holiday that plays a major role.
Valentine’s Day may be all about love, but it should also include candy. Another holiday with a candy-coated feel is Easter. It’s easy to see why people would love to decorate with candy!
It’s time to celebrate! There are so many options and so little time! Holidays are great because they can be rescheduled each year. What you don’t do this year, you can accomplish the next.
Let’s not forget about the holiday, and instead talk about food. You could start your morning with sweet pancakes with faces or shapes made of chocolate chips, or any other melty goodness. You could add some chocolate candies to your cozy bowl of oatmeal. You could also drizzle caramel over fruits. There are so many morning ideas!
You have a few other options for lunch. A gift of sweets can turn anyone’s frown upside-down. Sending a few treats can make your child the leader of the lunchroom today. Everybody has spent time as a child to play lunchroom trade games. The best thing was anything sweet!
After dinner, end the day with a sweet treat! You can let your imagination run wild with decorating a pan of brownies or a cake with smarties, m&ms, or any other small, colorful treat. Maybe you’re looking for something a little more adventurous. You might try making ice cream with layers of different candy candies. Sprinkles and chopped candy pieces can be added to top of ice cream.
Decorate with Candy Day is a day to celebrate candy eating. You can create a festive table and place candy arrangements at each location. To make blankets and curtains for your children, you can use the day to get all the fabric with little candy on it. Many creative people even share their decorating ideas via social media. These people can be found on Pinterest and Facebook. Get decorating!